School Uniform

Details of our school uniform policy can be found in the school prospectus. 

Black, grey or navy blue skirt, pinafore dress, or trousers

Navy blue jumper, cardigan or school sweatshirt (Hoodies are not allowed other than permitted ones in year 6)

Light blue or white blouse or polo-shirt, with or without school logo

Black or brown shoes (trainers, trainer shoes or boots are not part of the school uniform)

Grey, black or white socks or tights (multi-coloured and patterned are not part of the school uniform)

Jewellery should not be worn to school with the exception of watches and small stud earrings. Earrings and watches must not be worn for PE and must be removed. Makeup is not  permitted. Extreme hair styles are not allowed and we ask that long hair is tied back in a hair bobble.

School Admissions

Parents/Carers should contact the Local Authority in relation to our admission arrangements. 
Please see below a link to Nottinghamshire County Council for information regarding school admission arrangements for (F2) full-time children only.

Information about admissions to (F1/Nursery) Part-Time Foundation Unit please contact the school directly. The school offers both 15 Hour and 30 Hour places. Please indicate on the Registration form your preference. Please see below for Registration Form.

Additional information is published in our School Prospectus - Please see 'About Us' - 'Head Teacher's Welcome' or our latest prospectus.


Message from Nottinghamshire County Council

Nottinghamshire’s Annual Consultation on Admission Arrangements

The County Council is required by the School Admissions Code to determine admission arrangements annually.  Any changes have to be consulted upon prior to determination.

Every year, at the autumn term governing body meeting, an important agenda item is the consultation about the admission arrangements for community and voluntary controlled schools.  This year, the consultation for the admission arrangements 2021-2022 will be open from 7 October 2019 until 24 November 2019.  It is important that all consultees have an opportunity to comment on the proposed arrangements if they wish to do so.

Nottinghamshire’s full consultation on admission arrangements for community and voluntary controlled schools together with the coordinated schemes is available on our website and comments can be made on these arrangements between 7 October 2019 and 24 November 2019:

The key proposed changes include:

  • review of relevant areas
  • oversubscription criteria for All Hallows CofE Primary School, Gedling
  • proposed admission number (PAN) for some schools
  • coordinated scheme
  • timeline for in-year applications 

Please refer to the full consultation document available at 

Anyone can comment on the arrangements up to 24 November 2019 by:

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